Congratulations on your upcoming graduation!
You are required to see a counselor in order to apply for an associate degree. You
may visit with a counselor from the Counseling Office, EOPS, LAP, UTC, MESA, STEM,
CAN, or the Career Center. Degree requirements must be completed by the end of the
semester in which you are planning to apply. Review the steps below to understand
the application process for graduation.
Deadline to Submit an Application for a Degree
Application for an Associate Degree
Student Authorization to Release Information
Applying only using AHC courses
Verify you will complete an associate degree. You are able to verify your degree
completion by using DegreeWorks which is located in your myHancock portal. DegreeWorks
is a degree audit tool which enables you to see your progress towards degree completion.
After you have verified your degree completion through DegreeWorks, you are ready
to see a counselor. We encourage you to see a counselor on a walk-in. You and the
counselor will complete an application for a degree. Contact counseling for walk-in
Applying using courses from another College/University
Since you have attended another college/university, all your official transcripts
must be sent to our Office of Admissions and Records. Have transcripts mailed to:
Allan Hancock College
ATTN: Admissions & Records
800 South College Drive
Santa Maria, CA 93454-6399
Once your transcripts have been received, you are required to schedule an appointment
with a counselor in order for your coursework to be evaluated and to determine degree
completion. You may schedule a counseling appointment on our counseling webpage.
Distance Learning Students
Distance learning students planning to file an application for an associate degree,
will need to complete an Authorization to Release Information Form, which allows a counselor to correspond with you via phone and/or email. Please
contact the Counseling Department at (805) 922-6966 ext 3293 for more information.
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